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[audio]The Library Channel: Disability Services at ASU Libraries - ASU Libraries
Jodie Milam talks with Fred about the outstanding suite of services and extraordinary customer service provided by ADA Services at the Hayden Library on the ASU Tempe campus. Visit the ASU Libraries ADA Disability Services page for more information. Host: Fred McIlvain Guest: Jodie Milam Producer: Matthew Harp Episode 81 Running Time: 9:13
Keywords: ASU; ADA; disability; library; arizona state university
Downloads: 202
[audio]The ASU Library Channel - ASU Libraries
Podcasts produced by the ASU Libraries
Keywords: library; history; education; research; arizona state university
Downloads: 13,050
[audio]The Library Channel: Mover and Shaker Ann Dutton Ewbank - ASU Libraries
Host Fred McIlvain welcomes special guest Dr. Ann Dutton Ewbank, Education Liason Librarian, to talk about being named one of fifty Library Journal ”Movers and Shakers.” She is joined by Jennifer Duvernay, ASU Libraries Marketing and Outreach Officer, also named a Mover and Shaker in 2005, who reflects on the significance of this honor. Ann talks about her continued work to promote and educate the public, especially lawmakers, on the value of teacher-librarians in K-12 schools...
Keywords: librarian; libraries; education; public schools; ASU; Arizona State University
Downloads: 334
[audio]The Library Channel: ASU Libraries Goes to ALA 2008 - ASU Libraries
The 2008 American Library Association Annual Conference in Anaheim is almost here! And the Library Channel will be there. We've gathered a small group to talk about ASU's activities and your chance to meet us in person at the conference. We'll be sharing what we are looking forward to and the presentations we'll be hosting and attending. Tammy Allgood will talk about her joint presentation on library gaming...
Keywords: American Library Association; Arizona State University; ASU; ALA; libraries; podcast
Downloads: 390
[audio]The ASU Library Channel: Allison and Ralph Go to China - China Initiatives Series Part 4 - ASU Libraries
Tammy Allgood welcomes Allison Leaming and Dr. Ralph Gabbard for a travelogue about their trip to China in late spring of 2007. Ralph and Allison visited Chinese libraries and met people interested in developing international partnerships with ASU Libraries. Many outstanding institutions were toured including the National Library of China, Tsinghua University Library, Liaoning University Library, Sichuan University Library and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences...
Keywords: China; ASU; libraries; travel; Arizona State University; Confucius Institute
Downloads: 432
[audio]The ASU Library Channel: The Sichuan University Library - China Initiatives Series Part Three - ASU Libraries
In the third part of our China Initiatives Series we are pleased to welcome Sichuan University Librarian and Professor Dr. Yao and Assistant Librarian of Chinese Studies Qian Liu as they discuss the similarities and differences between the sister libraries of Arizona State University and Sichuan University. They also discuss Dr. Yao's reaction to the Confucius Institute Exhibition, library collections and development policies, digitization, and the Million Books Project...
Keywords: China; history; ASU; Sichuan University; Library; research; million books project; Arizona State University; Confucius Institute
Downloads: 1,555
[audio]Parisian Opera Scores of the 19th and 20th Centuries - ASU Libraries
Fred McIlvain and Tammy Allgood interview Dr. Robert Mills, Assistant Professor ASU School of Music and Chistopher Mehrens, Head Music Library about Robert's personal collection of opera scores on loan for display in the Music Library. The exhibit features early and first-edition opera scores printed by Parisian music publishers highlighting the rich history of Parisian music publishing. During the late 1800's and early 1900's publishers took a lot of pride in their publications...
Keywords: podcast; asu; arizona state university; library; opera; scores; art; publishing; collecting; music; Parisian publishing; French composers
Downloads: 475
[audio]The Library Channel: News for September 2008 - ASU Libraries
ASU Library News for September 2008: New Library Web URL - The ASU Libraries can now be found on the web at lib.asu.edu. Updated "Ask A Librarian" Chat service New Lecture: Wilma Mankiller - "Challenges Facing 21st Century Indigenous People." Phoenix, Heard Museum Steele Auditorium; 7:00 p.m. The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community seeks to speak, act, offer, and share in order to assume responsibility for land, culture, community that is our world...
Keywords: ASU; podcast; Arizona State University; library; news; library chat; native americans
Downloads: 58
[audio]The Library Channel: Faculty Team-Up History - ASU Libraries
The ASU Libraries continues our series Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success with History and Political Science Bibliographer Ed Oetting and Associate Professor of History Dr. Andrew Barnes. Andrew and Ed collaborate on an online history methodology course which includes an embedded library component. The goal of the library component is to teach students how to do valid historical research online via web based library resources...
Keywords: information literacy; history; education; libraries; library; research methods; Arizona State University; faculty; pedagogy
Downloads: 11
[audio]The Library Channel: Just the Facs, Ma'am: Eckart Sellheim on Music Facsimiles - ASU Libraries
Q. Whats the next best thing to an original manuscript? A. A facsimile, of course. Professor of Music Eckart Sellheim joins guest host Anali Perry and ASU Music Library Head Dr. Christopher Mehrens to discuss the summer 2008 exhibit, "Just teh Facs Ma'am: Les Basses Danses of Marguerite of Austria and other music facsimiles from the collections of the ASU Libraries and Professor Sellheim. Facsimiles are books that attempt to recreate the appearance of original manuscripts...
Keywords: music; history; archive; library; podcast; ASU; Arizona State University; manuscripts; score
Downloads: 329
[audio]The Library Channel: Gerald Taiaiake Alfred - Resurgence of Traditional Ways of Being - ASU Libraries
The Library Channel is proud to present the third installment of the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community, sponsored by ASU American Indian Studies Program, ASU Department of English, ASU American Indian Policy Institute, ASU Labriola Center, and the Heard Museum. Recorded March 23, 2009 at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, University of Victoria Professor of Indigenous Governance Gerald Taiaiake Alfred talks about the "Resurgence of Traditional Ways of B...
Keywords: indigenous; American Indians; events; labriola; Native Americans; ASU; Arizona State University; libraries
Downloads: 43
[audio]The Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M Goldwater - ASU Libraries
In this episode Fred McIlvain talks with Arizona Historical Foundation archivists Linda Whitaker, Susan Irvin and Rebekah Tabah on the debut of the Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M. Goldwater after 5 years of heavy lifting (literally and figuratively) processing the collection. When Barry Goldwater founded the Arizona Historical Foundation nearly 50 years ago, the last thing he would have expected is to find his papers in disarray...
Keywords: Barry M Goldwater; senator; government; archive; ASU; Arizona Historical Foundation; AHF; Arizona State University
Downloads: 1,040
[audio]The Library Channel: The Mighty Marching Sun Devils Exhibit - ASU Libraries
Curator Karrie Porter Brace and student Zac Humphrey, an active member of the ASU Sun Devil Marching Band, join us for an entertaining exploration of the marching band as we highlight the re-opening of the Mighty Marching Sun Devil exhibit at Hayden Library. The discussion traces the history of the marching band, including great band directors of the past and includes an interesting look at the evolution of the band uniform...
Keywords: music; marching band; exhibit; university; history; band directors; band uniforms; drum corps; ASU; Arizona State University
Downloads: 1,448
[audio]The Library Channel: September News - ASU Libraries
ASU Library News for September 2008: New Library Web URL - The ASU Libraries can now be found on the web at lib.asu.edu. Updated "Ask A Librarian" Chat service New Lecture: Wilma Mankiller - "Challenges Facing 21st Century Indigenous People." Phoenix, Heard Museum Steele Auditorium; 7:00 p.m. The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community seeks to speak, act, offer, and share in order to assume responsibility for land, culture, community that is our world...
Keywords: ASU; podcast; Arizona State University; library; news; library chat; native americans
Downloads: 3,959
[audio]The Library Channel: Faculty Team-Up Kinesiology - ASU Libraries
The 6th edition of the Faculty and Librarians Team-up for Student Success series. In this episode The Library Channel brings you Kinesiology lecturers Jennifer Fay and Tannah Broman and Health Sciences Librarian Sheila Hofstetter. Learn from this lively discussion of how faculty sought to improve their students' ability to quickly find the best research; a critical skill they knew would be vital to their success as students in Kinesiology 200, upper level courses, and future healthcare professio...
Keywords: information literacy; kinesiology; education; library; librarians; research methods; university; ASU; arizona state university; faculty
Downloads: 334
[audio]The Library Channel: Resurgence of Traditional Ways of Being Gerald Taiaiake Alfred - ASU Libraries
The Library Channel is proud to present the third installment of the Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community, sponsored by ASU American Indian Studies Program, ASU Department of English, ASU American Indian Policy Institute, ASU Labriola Center, and the Heard Museum. Recorded March 23, 2009 at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, University of Victoria Professor of Indigenous Governance Gerald Taiaiake Alfred talks about the "Resurgence of Traditional Ways of B...
Keywords: indigenous; American Indians; events; labriola; Native Americans; ASU; Arizona State University; libraries
Downloads: 892
[audio]The Library Channel: Digital Antiquity - ASU Libraries
Are you a researcher with old floppy discs and punch cards? Is your research locked away on outdated software or requires an archaic machine? What happens to our digital data as computer technology changes? Imagine a place to compare data from archeological sites throughout the world, where scholars create and share knowledge of the long-term human past. In this episode Fred McIlvain and Mimmo Bonanni meet with Dr...
Keywords: archeology; digital repositories; preservation; computers; software; research; libraries; ASU; Arizona State University
Downloads: 1,747
[audio]The ASU Library Channel: The Arizona Territorial Cup - Matthew Harp
A rivalry over a century. A trophy lost for decades. This is the story of the Arizona Territorial Football Championship Cup. University Archivist Rob Spindler talks with Digital Projects Librarian Mimmo Bonanni about the longstanding rivalry between the Arizona State University (ASU) Sun Devils and University of Arizona (UA) Wildcats. They will also look into the mystery of the missing cup and where it was eventually discovered in 1983...
Keywords: history; arizona; UA; ASU; football; trophy; rivalry; arizona state university; university of arizona
Downloads: 1,213
[audio]Library Channel: Services for Graduate Students - ASU Libraries
In this audio podcast, Rachel Leket-Mor, subject librarian for religious studies, philosophy, and Jewish studies, leads a discussion of library services offered for graduate students. Joining Rachel for this discussion are Mrinalini Muralidharan, who recently earned her PhD in life sciences, and Jordan Johnson, a graduate student in the faculty of religious studies, who provide insights into what valuable library services graduate students have available to them...
Keywords: ASU; Arizona State University; library; graduate students; ILL; Interlibrary loan; Libguides
Downloads: 1,672
[audio]A Librarian Exchange: A Conversation with William Dansoh - ASU Libraries
Visiting Subject Librarian William Dansoh from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, Edgwood Library in South Africa sits down with Fred to talk about his time at ASU. William visited Arizona as a participant in a librarian exchange program that is part of the Carnegie Corporation sponsored Research Libraries Consortium project. The purpose of this project is to obtain insights into research libraries within the United States, especially focusing on how academic librarians collaborate with and suppor...
Keywords: ASU; Arizona State University; library; South Africa; librarians; research libraries; Carnegie Corporation; University of Kwazulu-Natal culture
Downloads: 631
[audio]Murder & Mayhem: The Strange Saga of Winnie Ruth Judd - ASU Libraries
The Arizona Historical Foundation presents and exhibition of images from the murder trial of Winnie Ruth Judd, one of the most sensationalized cases in the history of Phoenix. Judd, who died in 1998 at the age of 93, was the notorious “Trunk Murderess” of 1931 caught in Los Angeles transporting the remains of her two female roommates in a set of trunks from Arizona by train. Speculations and conspiracy theories have developed over the years involving her relationships with local celebrities,...
Keywords: arizona history; library; asu; winnie ruth judd; murder; trunk murderess; arizona historical foundation; Arizona State University; podcast
Downloads: 765
[audio]The Library Channel: Israeli Popular Literature - ASU Libraries
Rachel Leket-Mor, ASU Libraries Jewish Studies Bibliographer, joins Fred and co-host Mimmo Bonanni for a fascinating discussion on the history and impact of Israeli pulp fiction. Rachel provides an overview of the 300 pulp books available from the ASU Libraries Archives and Special collections and what this unique collection of westerns, sci-fi, detective, World War II, and adventure stories reveal about Israeli culture during the 1950s and 1960s...
Keywords: asu libraries; pulp; popular literature; translation; stalags; israeli society; podcasts; arizona state university; jewish studies; sci fi; tarzan; hebrew
Downloads: 446
[audio]The Library Channel: News for March 2009 - ASU Libraries
Fred McIlvain presents the News from the ASU Libraries. Reduced Spring Break hours: Hours and closures for March 8 - 14 LibGuides!A handy tool for the resources you need. Gerald Taiaiake Alfred lecture at the Heard Museum: The third Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture and Community on March 23rd. Interlibrary Loan: Possibly the best library service you may never have tried! Featured Exhibit: Shelter in the Storm: Agnes Smedley at Yaddo (related Podcast) Host: Fred...
Keywords: Gerald Taiaiake Alfred; ASU; Arizona State University; news; library; LibGuides; interlibrary loan; indigenous; Simon Ortiz; Labriola Native American Data Center; exhibt; Agnes Smedley
Downloads: 250
[audio]ASU Generations: The Normal School Years, 1885-1900 - ASU Libraries
A single teacher in a four room school house started the nation's largest public university? Take a trip back 125 years to 1885 and the founding of ASU as a tiny normal school. University Archivist Rob Spindler and Curatorial/Museum Specialist Karrie Porter Brace discuss the Fall 2010 Hayden Library exhibit TNS 125 ASU on the anniversary of the university's founding as the Territorial Normal School...
Keywords: Arizona State University; ASU; Territorial Normal School; Charles Hayden; John Armstrong; George Wilson; James McClintock; Fred Irish; H. B. Farmer; Old Main; early institutional history
Downloads: 1,570
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